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Drumstick leaves plant (murungai keerai)

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SUN

The drumstick tree is a sun loving plant so place it in a spot that gets at least 6 hours of sunshine.

LOCATION

Place the container where you intend to grow the drumstick tree in a spot that is not windy. The tree tends to grow too tall too fast and can snap in two in windy conditions. You don’t want any one getting hurt if your tree falls off your terrace.

SOIL

Any loose fertile potting mix will do. Just make sure the soil is well draining because this tree hates extra water.

WATER

The drumstick tree is not a lover. Water lightly when young and then sparingly for the rest of its life. If you start seeing yellowing of leaves its a sign of too much watering.

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Description

The drumstick tree is usually low maintenance tree requiring very little water and fertilizer. However, it has a brittle stem, which makes it easily susceptible to gusty winds.

They grow quickly even in poor soil and bloom 8 months after planting.

For those gardeners who do not live in tropical or subtropical climates, moving moringa plants indoors during cool weather will be necessary. Luckily, they adapt well to container growing.

After Moringa planting, moringa plants benefit from a light application of a general, all-purpose fertilizer to help support growth. Once established, moringa plants do not require regular fertilization.

Almost all parts of moringa plants are edible, from the roots to the leaves and flowers, to the large pods and seeds that grow from the branches. The leaves are often cooked like a vegetable or steamed for tea, while the ground pods are used for curries and the oil extracted from the seeds can be used for cooking, and in perfumes and soaps.

Moringa plant are fast-growing, deciduous trees that are native to India and Bangladesh. Once established, they are drought resistant, and they can tolerate extreme temperatures as high as 118 degrees Fahrenheit.

 

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